Category Archives : Monday Morning Emails

6 Ideas to Make Your Online “First Impression” for YOUR Clinic Creative, Engaging and Shareable

6 Ideas to Make Your Online “First Impression” for YOUR Clinic Creative, Engaging and Shareable “First impressions matter. Experts say we size up new people in somewhere between 30 seconds and two minutes,” former diplomat Elliott Abrams observed. But practitioners do not have much of an opportunity to make a face-to-face first impression these days. […]

Negatives of Job Descriptions Part 3

Last week we outlined 3 more potential negatives of having job descriptions for your employees. In this final week we will discuss the 3 final negatives of having strict job descriptions. 1. Limits Innovation Job description in few cases tends to typecast the applicant that means being an initiative or improving the methods and procedures […]

Negatives of Job Descriptions Part 2

Last week we outlined 3 potential negatives of having job descriptions for your employees & contractors in your clinic. This week we have listed 3 more potential negatives that should be taken into consideration. 1. Narrow A job description summarises the tasks that someone does in a job. This summary can be very narrow, and […]

Positives About Job Descriptions Part 3

We continue our series on the importance of Job Descriptions… “If you use clinic employee job descriptions as living, breathing documents that are updated regularly to reflect the changing requirements of each employee, these descriptions can become more of a role plan than an irrelevant document.” Over the next few weeks I will uncover the […]

Positives About Job Descriptions Part 2

We continue our series on the importance of Job Descriptions… “If you use clinic employee job descriptions as living, breathing documents that are updated regularly to reflect the changing requirements of each employee, these descriptions can become more of a role plan than an irrelevant document.” Over the next few weeks I will uncover the […]

Positives About Job Descriptions

Last week I outlined the importance of Job Descriptions… “If you use clinic employee job descriptions as living, breathing documents that are updated regularly to reflect the changing requirements of each employee, these descriptions can become more of a role plan than an irrelevant document.” Over the next few weeks I will uncover the Positives […]

Job Descriptions for Your Staff

Clinic employee job descriptions that describe the duties, responsibilities, required qualifications, and reporting relationships of a particular staff member are important for your practice. They are based on objective information obtained through a role analysis, an understanding of the competencies and skills required to accomplish needed tasks, and the needs of the clinic. Clinic employee [&he...

Website Leads (New Patients) for YOUR Clinic

Using your website to get more new patients for your clinic is an underutilized method of marketing by many practice owners in Australia. If you are not actively using your website to get new leads that then become New Patients it is now time to start taking a focused and strategic approach to the type […]

Why Some of Your Staff In a Healthcare Clinic Should Work from Home – Part 3

Over the last 2 weeks we outlined the 10 reasons “Why Some of Your Staff In a Healthcare Clinic Should Work from Home…” Here are the next 5 reasons: 11. You will probably get some good PR from it. Certain larger companies was all over the news when they stopped their working-from-home program – most […]

Why Some of Your Staff In a Healthcare Clinic Should Work from Home – Part 2

Last week we started with the first 5 reasons “Why Some of Your Staff In a Healthcare Clinic Should Work from Home…” Here are the next 5 reasons: 6. You can reduce what you pay for office supplies. No clinic owner likes doing bulk orders for office supplies. By having certain non-clinical employees work from […]